The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - Chapters 13 through 16 Summary & Analysis

Stieg Larsson
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Chapters 13 through 16 Summary

Salander begins investigating Bjurman, hoping to find something she can use to change her situation, but the results are discouraging. His record appears to be clean and she can't find anyone who says anything bad about him or his work as a guardian for children. She considers killing him, possibly by causing a heart attack, but decides that what she really needs is the ability to control him and her situation. When he asks her to come to see him at his home rather than his office, he brutally rapes her anally and tells her to come back again the following week. He has concluded that she is mentally disabled and therefore would not be believed if she reported him.

Blomkvist falls into a routine and begins to confide in Cecilia. He is making progress on the Vanger family chronicle, but...

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